If you have questions about registration, transferring credits, obtaining an official transcript or applying for graduation, contact the Records and Registration Office located at the the east end of the building. Appointments are not necessary. Stop by, call or e-mail us. We are here to help!
Anoka Technical College
Records and Registration Office
1355 West Highway 10
Anoka, MN 55303
Phone: (763) 576-4770
Fax: (763) 576-4771
Priority Registration is given to students who expect to graduate at the end of the semester, have completed a Graduation Application and have paid the graduation fee at the Records/Business Office window by the deadline published in the college calendar.
Currently enrolled and returning students receive priority registration based on the number of credits earned. To determine your registration date, log into your student eServices account, click "Courses and Registration" and then "Registration Window" for the desired semester.
Students who are new to Anoka Technical College register during the advising and registration sessions held before the semester begins. After you have been accepted into an academic program, the Admissions Office will send you notice of your advising and registration session.
Please read the agreement below and click the link at the bottom of the page to proceed. Thank you!
I understand that I am responsible for my online registration, including academic and financial consequences that result from my registration.
I understand that tuition and fees are due 15 days before the semester begins, and payment arrangements must be made by that date.
I understand that I must drop or withdraw from classes if I do not attend or stop attending. I understand I must drop my classes by the established deadlines to avoid financial obligation. Dropping classes or withdrawing from classes may have financial, financial aid, and academic implications. Please check with the Business Office and Financial Aid Office before making schedule changes.
I will read the Anoka Technical College Student Handbook to understand how dropping classes or withdrawing from classes impacts the amount of money I owe, the financial aid I receive, and my academic progress.
If I am taking only noncredit classes (classes with names beginning with "Hour-Based" or "HB"), I understand I may make schedule changes online until the day before the class begins. I am financially obligated for noncredit classes not dropped two days or more before the class begins.
I will view my course schedule after making any changes.
Click here to log into your student eServices account to see the classes you can take. Be sure to check the semester indicator to make sure you are looking at courses in the correct semester.
Please remember to logon to eservices using your STAR ID (new Fall Semester 2012)